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: ''Not to be confused with the same-name Scotland|Scottish company that published science fiction magazines from at least 1946 to 1960.'' '''Magazine Enterprises''' was an United States|American comic book company lasting from 1943 to 1958, which published primarily Western comics|Western, humor, crime comics|crime, adventure, and children's literature|children's comics, with virtually no superheroes. It was founded by Vin Sullivan, an editor at Columbia Comics and before that the editor at National Allied Publications, the future DC Comics. Magazine Enterprises' characters include the Jungle girl (stock character)|jungle goddess Cave Girl (comics)|Cave Girl, drawn by Bob Powell (comics)|Bob Powell, and Phantom Rider|Ghost Rider, a horror fiction-themed Western avenger created by writer Ray Krank and artist Dick Ayers in 1949; after the...
Company nameMagazine Enterprises
Founded1943 in comics|1943
Statusdefunct (1958)
FounderVin Sullivan
CountryUnited States
KeypeopleBob Powell (comics)|Bob Powell, Dick Ayers, Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster
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PublicationsComic books
Topics| genre = Western comics|Western, humor, crime comics|crime, adventure, children's literature|children's
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